How much batting do I need for a double quilt?

How much wadding do I need for a double quilt?

The general rule of thumb is to add 4-6″ or 10-15cm onto each side (see diagram below). FYI, the same rule applies to your backing fabric. This ensures you are not short of wadding after quilting, and you have excess that can be trimmed off when you are ready to bind.

What is the average size of a double quilt?

Standard Sizes

Single duvet 135x200cm (53 inches x 78 inches approx)
Double duvet 200x200cm (78 inches x 78 inches approx)
King duvet 230x220cm (90 inches x 86 inches approx)
Super King duvet 260x220cm (102 inches x 86 inches approx)
Emperor duvet 290x235cm (114 inches x 92 inches approx) Bed Sizes can vary.

Is batting bigger than quilt top?

As for your batting and backing, they should be both cut 6-8 inches larger than the quilt top. … At the same time, if you’re adding a lot of stitches to the quilt top, the quilt will shrink up a bit, too.

How thick is 8oz wadding?

Polyester Wadding Thickness Chart

Wadding Weight (gsm – grams per square metre) Wadding Weight (oz – ounces) The Wadding Shop measured thickness (mm)
70 2 5-8
135 4 12-15
205 6 18-22
305 9 25-30

What size quilt do I need?

Standard Quilt Sizes

Bed Type Mattress Size (inches) Comforter 12 in drop
Twin 39 x 75 63 x 87
Twin XL 39 x 80 63 x 92
Full 54 x 75 78 x 87
Queen 60 x 80 84 x 92
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What size is a double bed patchwork quilt?

UK/ US Mattress and Quilt Comparison

UK Bed Size UK Dimensions US Finished Quilt Sizes
Double 54” x 75” (4′ 6”) 72” x 90”
King 60” x 78” (5′) 90” x 108”
Super King 72” x 78” (6′) 108” x 108”
108” x 108”